What Is a VPN and How Does It Help Me?

What Is a VPN and How Does It Help Me?

What Is a VPN and How Does It Help Me?

In very simple definitions, VPN unites your computer, phone or tablet with a different computer (called a server) here and there in the Online and allows you to browse online, using the Internet connection of this computer. In consequence, if this server is located in another country, it will look the same as if you had come from a given state, and you can access what things you normally did not have the opportunity.

How does it work?

Typically, when you connect to the internet, you first connect to your Internet Service Provider (ISP), which then unites you with any of the sites (or other online resources) that you want to visit. The whole of your Internet traffic flows through the servers of your Internet provider and has the ability to be viewed by your ISP. When using a VPN, you connect to a server running your VPN ("VPN server") through an encrypted merge (sometimes referred to as a "VPN tunnel"). This means, in fact, that all data moving between your computer and the VPN server is encrypted so that only you and the VPN server can "see" it.

Does a VPN make me anonymous?

VPN does not make you anonymous because the VPN provider can always* know who you are, and can see what you get up to on the internet. Privacy-oriented VPN services go to great lengths, however, to protect their customers’ privacy, which is why we say that VPN provides privacy.

Now our company Zeus Group is ready to present you a new VPN application that accommodates itself:

  • Positional
  • Privacy
  • Safe
  • Easy to work
  • Multi platform

More about this application you can read on our Cases

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